Nutrition Of The Performance Horse: Which System in Europe by V. Julliand, W. Martin-rosset

By V. Julliand, W. Martin-rosset

This book comprises the lawsuits of the first biannual ecu Workshop on Equine foodstuff. It contains outlines of the suggested allowances for equines for power and nitrogen meals consumption in a number of ecu international locations (France, Germany, Nordic nations and The Netherlands), the place INRA or NRC structures are used. those outlines are given as major stories. Secondly, the publication features a synthesis on consumption rules, that's additionally given as a prime file. eventually, the publication includes the mins of the various around tables carried out on power, nitrogen and consumption. a majority of these fabrics supply a great foundation for additional dialogue of the scope of the operating team on Equine food of the pony fee of the eu organization for Animal creation.

Show description

Read Online or Download Nutrition Of The Performance Horse: Which System in Europe for Evaluating the Nutritional Requirements? PDF

Similar nutrition books

The Chemistry of Joy Workbook

each one people has the capability for pleasure, yet many forces in our lives maintain us from having fun with this contented and fit kingdom of being.

while our resilience is depleted, we discover it tough to conform to alter, face demanding situations, and take care of the ups and downs lifestyles brings. in the event that your traditional resilience has been fed on by means of pressure or melancholy, you could reclaim it with the resilience-building application within the Chemistry of pleasure Workbook. during the questionnaires, workouts, and practices during this consultant, you’ll discover the 9 pathways to restoring temper, regaining stability, and rediscovering your capability for joy.

This booklet can assist you reclaim your pleasure by means of educating you to stability your physique with right food and ideas from ayurvedic medication, tips to settle your brain with mindfulness practices, and  the best way to skillfully dealing with these "emotional tsunamis". furthermore, you'll discover ways to locate the appropriate drugs and supplementations, faucet into the knowledge, generosity, and openness that lie inside of, and construct your self-acceptance and reference to others.

while you're able to reclaim your lifestyles from rigidity, melancholy, or nervousness and locate deep, proufound happiness, this e-book can be your guide.

12 Steps to Raw Foods: How to End Your Dependency on Cooked Food

Why will we overeat time and time back? Why will we make bad nutrition offerings whereas we wish to be fit? What makes shedding weight so tough? those and plenty of different important questions are addressed in 12 Steps to uncooked meals in an open and honest discussion. in line with the most recent clinical examine, Victoria Boutenko explains the varied advantages of selecting a nutrition of clean instead of cooked meals.

Nutrition & Diet Therapy (9th Edition)

Nutrients AND vitamin remedy, ninth version, is exclusive in its association by way of diets instead of through organ platforms or illness states and distinguishes itself via wealthy pedagogical good points that require scholars to use their wisdom as they research it. this article offers middle meals suggestions and updated medical content material at a degree that's obtainable to the variety of wellbeing and fitness care workforce participants who're answerable for a client's meals wishes.

Water-soluble Vitamin Assays in Human Nutrition

. .. this can be a worthy addition to the nutrients analyst;s library. It brings jointly a good balanced account of the equipment on hand an the literature pointed out will give you the analyst with the entire info wanted for establishing water-soluble nutrition assays and additional interpreting to appreciate why those supplements are very important to these fascinated about human foodstuff.

Additional info for Nutrition Of The Performance Horse: Which System in Europe for Evaluating the Nutritional Requirements?

Example text

This loading (10 to 20%), can only be very approximate in the current state of knowledge. The reliability of these estimates has been tested through feeding trials carried out over 6- monthperiods at the National Riding School of Saumur, France (n = 80 horses), and at the Animal Technology Teaching Centre of Rambouillet, France (n = 24 horses of the equine section). The energy requirements were estimated as described above, and taking into account the body weight of horses and the work performed (duration, velocity).

For both types of exercises, consumption of carbohydrates is necessary to replete muscle and liver glycogen stores. The amount and timing of carbohydrate supply are of major concern to control the rate of glycogen repletion. , 1991). Conversely, increase in glycogen content of muscles (Kline and Albert, 1981) by offering incremental 53 proportions of starch in the diet before exercise is much more limited in horses than in human athletes (Wilmore and Freund Beau, 1984).

8 (figure 10). R. 72 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 time (mm) Figure 10. a. , 1991). b. Variation of respiratory rate (RR) with duration at trot 300 m/mn (from Pagan and Hintz 1991). g. endurance trials: 40 to 160 km run at 12-18 km/h) the oxydative catabolism still predominates (figure 10). The contribution of lipids to energy supply increases up to reach 10 times that of glycogen (Lindholm, 1979), while plasma lactate and ketone bodies concentrations remain low. At velocities above 300-400 m/min for trot and probably more for gallop, corresponding to 50% of V02 max, muscle fast twicht (FT) fibres are mobilized.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.70 of 5 – based on 4 votes